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google. innovation has always been on my mind. i've assumed this was an area where america remained head and shoulders above the world. that's where our future lies, how we'll move up the value chain and reuate new jobs for the future. over the last few months i've been having second thoughts. i've been reading these new studies that use not polls of experts but hard data and they suggest that america's lead is slipping. in fact, one of them looks at the degree to which countries are adjusting and improving their research technology and regulatory policies to stay competitive. and it finds that the united states has made the least progress of the 36 nations in four regions studied. you can go to our website for the actual studies. consider the three most important technologies in alternative energy that are likely to yield big payoffs -- solar, wind and battery power. america doesn't measure up to asia in any of the three. take solar energy. japan and china each have three of the top ten companies in that field. america has only two. let's be clear. america still dominates the world of i
continent of america? a species of owls. except for antarctica. >> larry: don't tell me an owl. >> an owl, exactly. let me show you something, larry. people ask, why does he turn his head that way. the eyes are so big. i was going to say if i see pretty girl, you can take your eyes without moving your head, right. the owl, he cannot do that. with his eye socket, he cannot turn his eyes. isn't that amazing? the ears are not up here like the little tufts are. the ears are faced like this, like a cup. so this owl -- neither one of them -- they like insects. this owl, that likes the insects, too. this owl, if he's out for a mouse or rat in this room, he can hunt in that location without seeing it. that's why they call it the wise old owl because of its senses. its brain, larry, is very small. how much do you think an owl weighs? >> larry: 35 pounds. >> you hear that? i'm not laughing at you. >> larry: yes, you are. what does it weigh? >> only two pounds. it's all feathers and hollow bones. can you imagine this? >> larry: my goodness. >> look at this, larry, it just disappears inside. >> larry
malpractice with we're doing. the problem with health care in america is it just costs more. why would we want to go and fix the problems in health care not the symptoms that all of the politicians play around with? but the real problems. >> answer that one point. he says it doesn't do anything to control the costs? >> it doesn't do enough to control the costs. we have to address the cost containment. i'm very concerned about that. i think the effort on prevention, early detection, wellness, the work force development for more primary care physicians, those will all be helpful in reducing the costs of health care. >> ask the question, why do we have an imbalance in primary care physicians? why is it? does anybody know? because we pay them 300% lower than we pay the specialists. we don't do anything in that. we're going to help pay for some of their education. we do nothing to change that balance. that's a disaster that's been caused by medicare setting the prices. >> i want to bring the question to you congress wim, the differences between the house and the senate bills. over how to pay for th
want you to listen. >> we liberated more than 25 million afghans. now america and our 25 nato allies and 17 partner nations are standing with the afghan people as they defend their free society. the enemy is determined. the terrain is harsh and the battle is difficult, but our coalition will stay in this fight. we will not let the taliban or al qaeda return to power, and afghanistan will never again be a safe haven for terrorists. >> president bush acknowledged then that the incoming administration faced a volatile situations in several hot spots, especially along afghanistan's border with pakistan. well, for more than 20 years he endured a private hell. doctors thought he was in a coma, but he was cautioonscious along unable to speak and now he tells cnn about his nightmare. as seven suspects are charged with a terror incident in mumbai, last year's terror attacks could have been worse. meet one man who might have served thousands of train travelers that day. >>> and is it a bird or a plane? well, no, some say it's a rocket man trying to do what no other man trying to do what no oth
to a vote. it's another thing to say to america basically, i'm not going to let this come to a vote. i have my own reasons here for this so i'm just not going to let it come to the floor. if i were harry reid, i'm not, but if i were harry reid, i would call his bluff. i would call republicans' bluff. let's show america what these people are all about. let them stand there day after day in the well of the senate reading the phone book doing whatever it would be, anything but it have a vote here. show that on national television every night and let's see how the american people feel about it. >> i agree, ned lamont, i always held it against you. you went up to maine about three weeks and took a vacation. you're such a yankee. you had to go to maine for a couple of weeks. look, let's get to this question would you be -- >> chris, i'm so sorry about the philadelphia phillies. >> i knew you had to do that. ron raised a good point. why don't we do it like "mr. smith goes to washington." why don't we bring in the beds and go to the mattresses literally okay, republicans and joe lieberman, if you w
's unemployment rate will stay elevated for years. >> oh, my goodness, this is just bad news for america. >> it does, especially after yesterday's news about the real unemployment rate. in october, the figure hit 10th.2%, a 26-year high. >> we talked about how it's going to affect the elections in 2010 around here because we talk about politics, but this recession may affect the 2012 election and the 2014 election. when we talk about, mort, that we've reset the economy, that we're not going to be driven by just crazed consumerism, that means something. we either start building things here in this country again, or this economy doesn't turn around, and people don't get back to work. and maybe, just maybe one day washington politicians will start focusing on that. >> you know what it brings forward too is a really dysfunctional political system to address these issues. they put together a stimulus program, and so much of it goes to pet projects of the individual congressmen and senators and so much of it gets dislieutenanted. it doesn't really focus in on the problem. here we are a year la
. think about this. finally people in america, if your kid gets sick, you're not going to be thrown off your health care coverage. if you've got a kid you want to keep on your health care coverage when they're in college until they're 26 years old, they can stay on your own family's health care coverage. you have all kinds of prevention provisions in there that really bring us to looking at health and not just health care and health insurance down the road. so i think the $127 billion saving on the deficit, you might says that's a conserve-a-dem issue. i think it should be for everyone in the country we finally have a bill that will save that much. we have a problem in this country that we've been able to put together a health care bill that brings us closer to bringing down the cost for health care, that will allow american companies to compete with companies in other countries, that allow small businesses who pay 20% more for their health care to finally be able to get some leverage so they can less expensive health care? that's what this bill is about. >> i didn't mean to imply that
and the horse and buggies early in the morning. >> i got out and saw america too. >> what did you see? >> i walked from the upper west side to the upper east side. kind of crazy over there. >> did you? i didn't even get that far. >> took kate ice skating. it was a lot of fun. i saw all sides of america. >> i'm sure you did. it is good to be back. >> have you ever been over to the east side? >> no. what's it like? >> it's a strange land. >> it is. >> it's a strange, strange land. >> we have an interesting panel this morning. willie is here. chrystia is back there pimping. >> and also stephen a. smith in philadelphia is with us. we're going to be talking about this tiger story. i have to say, willie, leave him alone. he has all these endorsements. it's important. there's nothing on the sleeve of golf balls that says, if you buy these golf balls, you get to figure out what's going on with tiger's life. >> the story is a bit suspicious. he's the most marketable athlete in the world. what does that mean for him? think about kobe bryant. he allegedly did something worse than this. >> he was frame
of the united states of america. ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> prime minister, members of the indians delegation, on behalf of michelle and myself it's a great pleasure to welcome you to the white house. on behalf of the american people it's my honor to welcome you to the united states. mr. prime minister yours is the official state visit of my presidency, and it's fitting that you and india be so recognized. this visit reflects the highest esteem in which i and the american people hold your wise leadership. it affects the bonds of respect and friendship between our people, including our friends in the indian american community who join us here today. but above all your visit at this pivotal moment in history speaks to the opportunity before us, to build the relationship between our nations born in the last century into one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century. for a while our two nations have taken different paths to reach this moment, ours in a common story, it's a story of two proud people that struggle to break free from an empire and declare independence. and democracy with constitutions t
efficient car company in america, well, then how do you explain all this? chevy malibu, cobalt, silverado, and the all-new equinox. compare them to anyone. may the best car win. by changing her medicare prescription plan. all we had to do was go to cvs.com and use the free savings calculator. we learned that changing your medicare part d plan could save an average of $612. woman: we just entered my prescriptions, and it compared plans for us. it was easy to find the right plan for the prescriptions i need. your cvs pharmacist can help, too. come in today, or go to cvs.com before december 31st to find the best plan for you -- at cvs/pharmacy. transform drinks you want, into cold medicine you need. introducing fast crystal packs. a new way from alka-seltzer plus to... get cold and flu relief in a taste-free, fizz-free powder. alka-seltzer plus. somewhere in america, there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. some
. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilities access www.sprintrelay.com >>> jacqui jeras has news about your thanksgiving. you were in charge of the pies and the cornbread stuffing. how did it turn out? >> great. >> yeah? >> i'm a good pie maker. >> are you really? >> yeah. >> what did mom make? >> what did mom make? mom made some rolls. my sister did the turkey. >> who is a better cook? >> my sister's husband. >> better than your mom? >> mom is better. your mom did everything, right? >> yeah. we don't want to talk about it. i could barely get in my suit. >> wear the big pants. >> what is a busy day? today or tomorrow? the wednesday before and the sunday after. we expect we are going to have some travel delays. today if you were traveling or trying to enjoy the out of doors. we had trouble in the northeast. it looks good on the radar but the wind has been the problem. wind advisories have
. a call for everyone all over america to get involved in their communities. >> and we're doing that here at john mcdonough high school, a school locate in the seventh ward of new orleans. for than four years later, this school is still reeling from hurricane katrina, including a desperate need for funds to fix the roof in the auditorium, where things are so bad the school can't even hold assemblies there on days it rains because of leaks. >> despite the obstacles, we can tell you this is a great school with great kids. this past summer, over 90% of the senior class graduated, a huge success for the school. i was talking to julie reed before hand, and she talked about there are ways that katrina actually brought hope to this city. we're going to talk about those ways, very positive development. >> certainly some great stories out of that as well. all morning long, you'll see volunteers from great roots, like volunteers painting a mural, something the kids here specifically asked for. and they did that because it shows that someone cares enough to take the time to do it. >> we're going to
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of america a very, very happy thanksgiving. ladies and gentlemen -- [ applause ] -- i'd like you to join me in a toast to the health and happiness of president barack obama and the first lady, mrs. obama, the friendly people of the united states of america and stronger and stronger friendship between india and the united states of america. >> cheers. cheers. >> thank you. thank you, everybody. enjoy your evening. >> larry: and the dinner begins. this is an outdoor dinner. it's under a tent on the south lawn of the white house. i've attend add couple of these. the ones i attended were inside. they hold a lot more people there. we'll have a panel. a quick word or two with sally quinn, the co-founder of on faith at washingtonpost.com and she's launched the party, a column on entertaining in the style tex of "the post." how important are these dinners, sally? >> i think the prime minister said it best when he said strategic partnership. you heard their toast. it wasn't anything about music, flowers -- well, it was some, but it was really about the strategy of our relationship with india and ind
critical for america and her banker it is to work together to battle the global >> as president hu indicated we recession. discussed what is required to sustain this economic recovery so that economic growth is followed by the creation of new jobs and a lasting prosperity. so far china's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations. >> now, china went into an economic tailspin after the united states and it recovered before the united states. it's ready to outpace the u.s. in economic growth, again, this year. what is china doing that we're not that we can do better? let's have this conversation with the chief economist diane swank and anchor of qwest means business on cnn international. richard, let's start with you. the international perspective first. let's answer that basic question. things have got to change in order for the world to recover. in the way china does things and the way america does things. are we headed towards that change? >> no, i don't think we are any time soon because what you're talking about is f
, and an attorney for one of the 9/11 terrorists wants to use his trial as a platform to criticize america. former governor and presidential candidate, howard dean will be along. and the wild card independent from vermont, burny sanders. he says no yes vote for him. and plus, congressman tom rooney who worked as a jag officer will say if the shootings at ft. hood was a terrorists attack. this is the "morning meeting." welcome to it. lots to get to this morning. here is the panel hoping to break it all down. savannah guthrie, and jim miklaszewski, and then jonathan capehart, and then margaret carlson here for the hour, and political columnists for bloomberg news, and steven dubner, and we will talk job creation for him later in the show. first up, the senate sweeteners to get health care over to the next bill. and long time holdout, mary landrieu getting money to help louisiana pay for the poor. and then she said, what the heck, it's a yes vote. and then favor trading. not a new thing in washington, d.c. put it in context? >> reporter: what is interesting, it's a $300 million vote that only gets yo
. the president tends to america's relationship with india and hosts its prime minister to a state dinner. it is the first of this administration. >>> and jennifer hudson, well, she's going to be here as well as there. the oscar and grammy winner will sing for the president and guests, but, first, she's going to be here in "the situation room" and she previews one of the songs for us. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm suzanne malveaux in cnn's command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports for around the world. you're in "the situation room." >> virtually the entire nation and the world waits to hear on how many more american troops president obama might send to afghanistan. well, today it was the president himself who fueled the fire. he is giving a sense of when he's going to announce that decision, and although his plans are shrouded in secrecy, cnn is getting new information on just how many troops the pentagon is planning for. i want to go straight to our white house correspondent dan lothian. obviously, dan, that's the question that everybody is asking. do we know
i believe are pending. >> -- followed by the national anthem of the united states of america. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> prime minister singh, members of the indian delegation, on behalf of michelle and myself, it is a great pleasure to welcome you to the white house. on behalf of the american people, it is my great honor to welcome you to the united states. mr. prime minister, yours is the first official state visit of my presidency, and it is fitting that you and india be so recognized. this visit reflects the high esteem in which i and the american people hold your wise leadership. it reflects the abiding bonds of respect and friendship between our people, including our friends in the indian-american community, who join us here today. but above all, your visit at this pivotal moment in history speaks to the opportunity before us, to build the relationship between our nations, born in the last century, into one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century. for while our two nations have taken different paths to reach this moment, ours is a common st
not resemble victory as america knows it. also tonight, nip and tax? taxing cosmetic surgery to finance health insurance for people who can't afford it? sound like a good plan? maybe not after you find out who's really effected here and what happened when one state actually tried this. we are grilling doctors and lawmakers tonight, "keeping them honest." >>> plus, the republican party's ten new commandments. it's a purity test. how many republicans would pass? would ronald reagan make the grade? we have the answers and the "raw politics" ahead tonight. >>> three months after the commander general stanley mcchrystal called for more forces and eight years after the war began, the outlines are coming into focus. reportedly as many as 34,000 additional troops will be sent, on top of 20,000 the president sent in march and would push force levels there above the 100,000 mark. the new strategy evolving out of at least nine top-level white house meetings in consultation with former commanders, including general colin powell who along with more than 300 others is spending the evening in a massive tent
'malley announce agreement between port administration and private firm port america chesapeake. company wants to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade the marine terminal and operate the port. >> because it is going to allow us to retain the jobs we have with the port but actually to create a lot of new jobs in the construction of the larger wider bert necessary in order for baltimore to accommodate the largelyer ships now able to go through the panama canal. >> renovations will take about 5 years. >>> controversy surrounding president obama former pastor is moving into andarundle county tonight. >> barack knows what it means to be a black man living in a country and culture that is controlled by rich, white people. >>reporter: there is already political fall out surrounding the reverend jeremiah wright scheduled appearance at banquet hall in glen byrne. naacp says there will be additional security for the event while some politicians will be there. others plan to steer clear of the event. >>> reverend wright to me represents everything that is wrong with the racial discussions
in killing each other and please help president obama, people, from the united states of america, give him all of the support you can. he's doing the best he can. and god bless you all and have a wonderful thanksgiving. >> we want to hear from you. you can call us with your comments. here's the number 17 hlg -- hundreds of you have called to express your opinion. it's amazing to see this. the reactions and comments pretty much right down the middle. we are already getting a lot of i-reports from you about this as well. josh levs is following them for us. josh, what are you getting? >> good to see you. i tell you, we're hearing it on all sides. let's get straight to the first one. this is from someone who doesn't think more troops are the answer. >> we do have to win hearts and minds of the people but that's hard and cannot be accomplished through just military power and through military might, which we have enough. looking back at vietnam and looking back at all of the other wars we fought in the recent -- winning the military aspect is no problem for us. it's winning the political. >> som
in america, well, then how do you explain all this? chevy malibu, cobalt, silverado, and the all-new equinox. compare them to anyone. may the best car win. >>> back with two top senators. republican richard lugar and democrat jack reed. let's stay on afghanistan. you mentioned before the break, senator lugar, the goal is to train 134,000 afghan security forces by next october. that would require 5,000 a month. and yet, just this past month, the afghani government failed its target by more than 2,000. some would say that this is iraq deja vu. that the united states government keeps say we're going to train them, we're going to train them, we're going to train them and because of problems with the afghan government, in this case, corruption, people leaving once they get the training, it won't get done. do you trust the other side of the equation? do we have a reliable partner in the afghan government? >> for the moment, we don't have a reliable partner. and that's a question, clearly, of the building process. if the training occurs, will the government really take hold? we don't know, frankly.
they so desperately need? rest easy, america. the president of the industry lobbying group america's health insurance plans or ahip released a statement tonight saying they just hate the new bill in the senate. why? for one thing, it only has minor penalties for people who do not buy insurance. big shocker. insurance companies love the part of the law that forces you to buy insurance. they want the most painful punishment possible for not buying insurance. we have stockades left over from the 17th, 18th century, don't we? what do they get from the senate bill? because the public option will draw all the sick people who can't get insurance, public option premiums will be higher than private premiums. not much competition there. courting conservative democrats, senator harry reid gave states the option to opt out, but because the public option would not kick in until 2014, maybe 2013, insurance companies have four years to buy and bully local legislators into rejecting the public option. the congressional budget office guesses a third will have no access to the public option meaning
from chevy. with roadside assi0mance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> you know it's the season to shop. really yesterday was the day. they call it black friday. and retailers were encouraged by people who opened their wallets on black friday to kick off the start of the christmas shopping season. a national research firm says total spending was up about half a percentage point from last year. jcpenneys and sears among the chains that reported having a good day. the increase may get bigger when they total up cyber sales. one analyst said the average online customer spent 35% more yesterday compared to a year ago. jacqui jeras, that is good news. i wonder if they had some good weather shopping. were you out there on black friday? did you go -- >> no, i worked yesterday. but a lot of places had two-day deals, and i did a little bit of shopping this morning. >> you did? >> couldn't help myself. i love a bargain. a lot of people love a bargain. >> you bought stuff for everybody on the show, right? >> of course. yes. what was on your list? no, i'm just k
owner with her husband. the couple are co-chairs of america's polo club. the pair will be larry king's guests monday night. big stories making cnn wire now. philippine police file murder charges against a local politician. the mayor with his head covered you see in a second is charged in monday's massacre of 57 people who supported the political rival. five others reportedly will face charges among them three police officers. >>> somber ceremonies across mumb mumbai, india. a terror attack left more than 160 people dead. ten pakistani militants over four days and three nights stalked and killed people at three luxury hotels. >>> president obama out with the thanksgiving day message. his comments focusing on the economy and health care. here's a portion. >> as much as we have to be thankful for, we also know that this year millions of americans are facing very difficult economic times. many have lost jobs in this recession. the worst in generations. many more are struggling to afford health care premiums and house payments let alone to save for an education or retirement. too many are
to declare your independence? independence is the spirit that drives america's most successful investors. announcer: trade commission-free for 30 days plus get $100 cash when you open an account. >>> fredericka whitfield is monitoring some other important stories incoming into "the situation room" right now. what's going on. >> reporter: hello, everyone. demonstrations are in play at a couple of university of california campuses where students are protesting a 32% tuition hike. the occupied positions of uc buildings in los angeles, berkeley, davis and santa cruz late yesterday. sit-ins still happening at berkeley at santa cruz. university officials passed a tuition hike yesterday saying it's needed because of the state's financial crisis. protesters say the hike will hurt students depending on state-funded education. >>> and officials in india say they suspect right wing activists of attacking a mumbai tv station today. the suspects say that it was an act of retaliation against the channel's bias against their leader. offices at ibn was ransacked and employees were beaten. deputy police
p uses real dairy cream. nothing's more real than reddi wip. >>> good morning, america. on this wednesday, november 18th, the end of war? president obama says he wants the war in afghanistan over by the time he leaves the white house. >>> and touring asia. he reunites with a brother who then talks to us. >>> and the morning after the uproar about new mammogram guidelines. our doctors tell you exactly what they think you should do. >>> red-handed. the woman caught on tape. police say she was frying to kill her husband not once but three separate times. >>> and speaking of tape. that college soccer player finally talks about this moment. >>> and janet jackson, for the first time on learning her brother had died. >> what do you miss most about him? >> a "gma" exclusive. >>> and welcome, everyone. good morning to you. diane sawyer with robin roberts. and we'll show you the site of air force one leaving beijing, china, the end of the president's trip in china. while you were sleeping, we hope. heading to south korea due back home tomorrow afternoon, of course, to bring every
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a better tomorrow, at&t is investing in america's future - working to create an internet that's smart, mobile and safe. last year at&t invested more than any other company in the u.s. and we're continuing to invest this year, to expand and enhance our wireless and wired networks. we support a national plan that ensures high speed internet access and enables adoption by all americans, over the next five years. adoption by all americans, over the next five years. the future is our business. at&t. your world delivered. >>> shock be new statistics tonight about sexually transmitted diseases in our nation's capital. d.c. tops the list for the number of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis cases. so what's being done about the explosion, what's behind the explosion? will thomas here with those details. >> reporter: d.c. leads the nation in reported cases and the rates are three to four times greater than virginia and maryland. the number goes up even higher for other diseases. health expects say if there is a take take home message tonight, it is this. if you're having sex and you don't know t
morning america." he was nixed after his concert that he performed on the american music awards. got thousands of complaints for being, according to the people upset, too sexually graphic. abc reportedly received a lot of angry phone calls he was prompbtly booked on cbs "early show" where he promptly tried to explain why he thinks his performance was not out of line. >> it is up to the parent to watch the television. it was almost 11:00 at night. if they are concerned for certain material tivo it. >> you don't feel it is your responsibility. >> i'm not a babysitter. i'm a performer. >> ooh. okay. >> there you have it. >> lambert gave a "g" rated performance of two other songs from his album. he is popular and to say i'm not your babysitter. >> if you think about it, 1,500 calls, not a lot considering the tens of millions that are watching. >> for them to cancel him on "good morning america." >> they wanted something appropriate for morning television. >> a christian group thinks the best way to show somebody love is from a side hug. a video from the christian conference called the en
satisfaction. america's top rated internet and phone all together for our new low price of just... call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v and get $150 back plus a free dvr for three months. don't wait. get all three amazing services for just... hurry, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v >> mostly rain in the mountains that typically look for snow this time of year. the onside chance of an isolated storm or to as temperatures warm into the upper 50. the rain moves out early friday. most of friday will be dry. sunday will start with sun and end up with clouds in the evening and scattered showers lender to the middle of next week. high temperatures in the mid 50's and no sign of any really cold air. one year ago today we had the first zero flakes of the season. >> that is not happening tonight. >> nbc nightly news is next. >> we will see you back at 10:00 at 11:00.
in nigeria, but oprah was her window to america. >> the topics are very diverse. i am going to miss everything about it. >> the pain of farewell is not imminent. it will not come until the fall of 2011, almost two years away. >> i hope you'll take this 18- month ride with me, right through the final show. >> but she is not going away. she is launching the oprah winfrey cable network in 2011. she says she is retiring from her 25-year lk show because it is the right time, it feels right in her bones and in her spirit. >> for the second time this week, a major change for cancer screening for women has been suggested. they are now suggesting that women delay pap smear tests until the age of 21. the dutch plan also recommends that women under 30 get the cancer screening every other year. >> young women often have abnormal pap smear tests. we know the treatment damages the cervix. but i am worried, for older women, women getting it every other year, they could fall through the cracks. >> the change coincides with a separate debate on when and how often women to get mammograms. >> a bus in
that is the luckiest bird in america today. president obama about to pardon the traditional thanksgiving turkey. this year, the bird is named courage, 20 weeks old and 45 pounds from princeton, north carolina. we have that pardoning for you live! >>> the nation's highways will be busy this weekend with drivers looking to cut costs and take advantage of some relatively low gas prices. we got live pictures prosecute -- live pictures of an airport. it's a turnpike and you can see the airport. it's a two-fer. that is newark airport there. mike taibbi, what are the numbers out there? >> pointing up to good news. the turnpike that is the elevated portion of the jersey turnpike behind me. 2% more people will be driving this holiday weekend. all of those drivers, 86% of the holiday travelers, by the way, driving to grandma's house and back instead of other means. they are all going to be concerned about one thing, the price of gas. you point out, it's not so bad. in fact, it's been coming down a couple of weeks. right now aaa fuel gauge report the average price of gallon of regular at $2.64 contrasted
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't look at america the way most americans do. that obama's overseas trips have been very upsetting. he says the reason the attorney general decided to try those 9/11 terrorists up in new york was for propaganda purposes. here he is. >> i can't, for the life of me, figure out what holder's intent here in terms of having khalid shaikh mohammed tried in civilian court, other than to have some kind of show trial here. they'll simply use it as a platform to argue their case. they don't have a defense to speak of. it will be a place for them to stand up and spread the terrible ideology that they adhere to. >> it sounds like he is always going to burp at any moment. anyway, could it be that the obama administration has a different set of values than dick cheney does? does every political difference has been to be harmful, upsetting and evil? >>> next up, al gore showed up on "snl" this weekend to debut a new strategy on climate change. >> i think it is crazy our politicians are more worried about the climate crisis. it's time for us to out-crazy the crazy. instead of science, i'm going to cra
in customer satisfaction. america's top rated internet and phone all together for our new low price of just... call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v and get $150 back plus a free dvr for three months. don't wait. get all three amazing services for just... hurry, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 8-974-66 tty/v >> that slots come to anne arundel county, many jobs are expected to follow. >> a career expo was held for people that would like to find a job if the casino were to come. >> people were lined up in the arundel mills mall today for a chance to work in a casino that has not even been built. some were contractors, and others were just average people hoping to find a job. >> a job is what i am searching for. >> i have been laid off since january 2008. >> i am a local contractor looking to drum up some more work. >> we need a job that, and we all love to gamble, so why not work at this place? >> you are talking about security and casino managers, finance, human resources, anything from the ground level construction to running th
a lift for the holidays. coming up on "good morning america," what is next for oprah winfrey? a look at your legacy and where she goes from here. and that is your "money scope" report. i'm jeremy hubbard. >>> we have 49 degrees outside. 6:20. >> good news in the fight against swine flu. infection rates are dropping across the country. >> big changes are coming to montgomery county schools. one decision evokes an emotional response. >> later on "oprah," you'll meet the breakout star of the critically acclaimed movie "precious." >>> some big changes are in store for the future of montgomery county schools. >> they approved an improvement plan at a price tag of $1 billion. pamela brown has more. good morning. >> parents, students, and teachers can expect big changes, big improvements in montgomery county schools. one decision indecision, related in hugs and tears among parents last night. the price tag is steep to build new schools in montgomery county and expand new ones. " we're going to fight it. >> the fight over monocacy elementary. they decided to delay the recommendation to close
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. what you can say to parents about the safety of cribs in america? >> we have been relying on voluntary standards. we now will be writing regulations, federal regulations, that are mandatory for cribs. >> reporter: the cbsc isn't the only one taking language. the length late includ in suffolk county has banned drop-down cribs. the retailer toys "r" us has stopped selling drop-side cribs. and in a knew measure approved by the organization that sets safety guidelines for the crib industry, full sized cribs with drop-down sides will no longer meet voluntary safety standards. michelle witt evidente wants to see a federal ban. >> with can he not have a crib take takes the arrives s lives of infants. >> and it has no doubt that dangerous cribs are being used in homes right now in america. there have been dozens of deaths involving these drop-side cribs and we're waiting to hear more about the crib recall and the specific cribs involved. we expect to know more tomorrow morning. >> in the mean time, i can hear a lot of parents at home greeking out. i can't th
the news to her employees here yesterday. she'll break the news to the rest of america today. her empire extends from magazines to books to movies. but what she's best known for -- >> please welcome my dear friend -- >> reporter: is the oprah winfrey show, one of the most successful daytime talk shows in television history. >> welcome to the very first national oprah winfrey show. >> reporter: its debut in 1986 marked the start of the transformation ever a little known local tv anchor into a media powerhouse. her net worth, an estimated $2.7 billion. the oprah winfrey show was watched in 145 countries worldwide and an estimated 42 million viewers tune in on a weekly basis. oprah has the power to turn unknown writers in to best sellers about sxwlp she's defining, she's seminole, she's important. it's hard to imagine what a talk show world without oprah had look like. >> reporter: over the years, she's interviewed everybody from a hyped up tom cruise to world leaders and even recently scooped up sarah palin. >> one final question about levi. will he be invited to thanksgiving dinner? >> re
on stoep faced. >> i spoke to president hu about america's bedrock beliefs that all men and women possess certain fundamentmndamental hum rights. we do not believe they're unique to america, but rather they are universal rights and they should be available to all peoples, to all ethnic and religious minorities. >> reporter: the president also pushed chinatown freeze its kurps si and open up its domestic markets. >> this will lied to increased s. exports a jobs on the one hand and higher living standards in china on the other. >> reporter: but the chinese have more than $800 billion ofst debt. >> they purchased these treasuries because they know that it's a ver solid investment for them. so in many ways the relationship is very much a mural hostage situation. >> reporter: the president, a first time visitor to china, also found sometime for some sight seeing at one of china's landmark treasures, the forbidden city in the heart of beijing, whose ancient buildings were the home of chinese emperors for 500 years. presidents obama and hu also talked about iran's nuclear program, about north co
. >> only in america. >> pay for convenience. thanks. >> sure. >>> delta air lines, how they keep your planes running as we head into this holiday travel season. we're looking at the couple most busy travel days of the year. our rob marciano live in the our rob marciano live in the nerve center this morning to here to there and hopefully on time. stay with us. today's health care system is leaving countless americans stranded. that's why aarp is fighting to put people first, not insurance companies. to protect medicare and keep drug costs down. and to ensure that no one is denied coverage due to age or health. because at aarp, we believe your health is worth fighting for. ♪ - sure, cake or pie? - pie. - apple or cherry? - cherry. oil or cream? oil or cream? cream. some use hydrogenated oil. reddi-wip uses real dairy cream. nothing's more real than reddi-wip. for over 150 years, wells fargo has been putting our clients first. according to a leading independent research firm, in 2009 clients rated wells fargo advisors the #1 u.s investment firm for doing what's best for them. with advi
" talking about how the talk show hosts have been going out campaigning, changing america. one yell at a time. >> let's take a look at the morning papers, shall we? "the washington post," democrats have little time to savor their weekend senate health care victory. two lawmakers who voted to move the debate forward indicated sunday they will not vote to pass the package if it includes a government-run insurance option. >> and "the wall street journal" health haggling heats up. deal making takes spotlight now that overhaul bill has reached the senate floor. >> and the miami herald, doctor supply already strained. >> and the "usa today," winners by a foot in overtime. a field goal gives the kansas city chiefs an unlikely victory over the pittsburgh steelers. my god, willie geist, in the loser bowl, lions no longer losers. two wins. >> dramatic. that was a dramatic win. we'll have more football highlights coming up in our next segment. right now, politico's patrick gavin with a look at the morning playbook. good morning, patrick. let's start on monday morning with sarah palin and how t
to plot attacks against america. nbc news has learned the president is expected to announce his new plan for afghanistan as david mentioned next week, as early as december 1st. several news agencies including mcclach chi newspapers and the associated press report the president will send between 30 and 35,000 more u.s. troops to that region. >> i will be making an announcement to the american people about how we intend to move forward. i will be doing so shortly. i feel very confident that when the american people hear a clear rationale for what we're doing there and how we intend to achieve our goals, that they will be supportive. >> nbc's mike viqueira live at the white house with more for us. mike, the president saying he's planning to dismantle al qaeda's ability to plot against america. does that tell us any more, perhaps, if we read between the tea leaves about what strategy he might announce? >> reporter: a very interesting question. of course, this debate has raged now in washington for months. let's reset the table. the president met for the ninth time by our count in the situati
's nothing wrong with that. >> no. >> we go all over the country. america is telling us that they are going to use 25% of americans are going to pay cash. many are saying i'm going to do something i never did. what a concept. how much can i spend and who am i going to spend it on? that's it. a lot of people pay for christmas and the holidays until the fallowing september. statistically. >> that's bad. here are dos and don'ts. create a budget. do online shopping now. >> right now, for sure. >> because there are better deals? >> you don't have to rush. >> absolutely, make online is easy to do without going to 100 stores. shop around. look at the value of retailers. >> real quick, you may be going to the store saying i'm going to pay cash, oh, my gosh, if you sign up now, we'll give you 10 to 20% off. don't do it. i get it. >> we didn't rehearse that. >> credit cards coming from department stores have the highest interest rates of all of them. for the little stinking 10% you're going to get now, you'll pay 22% to them. >> no finance charges now. you don't buy that either? >> you'll need anothe
or those living nearby. but america's nuclear energy industry would nerve are be the sail. accident prompted sweeping changes in nuke letter plant design, operation and the oversight. and by the way, the untwo react, still shut down and mothballed to this very day. >>> tuition shock in california. students sit in in protest and plan to raise tuition because of a state mandated budget cut. we'll talk to two students who will there. there they are. they'lldown is live. >>> and patrick kennedy banned from taking communion. well tell awe that. >>> we want your feedback. twitter, myspace, ireport.com. well-informed people are considering chevy malibu. you a cop? no. you didn't hear from me, but this malibu is a best buy. i heard that from consumers digest. it offers better highway mileage than a comparable camry or accord. estimated 33 highway. i saw that on the epa site. so how come the malibu costs so little. it's a chevy. you have cop hair. the award-winning chevy malibu. compare it to anyone and may the best car win. >>> an escalating fight over higher learning in mississippi for stu
this country's debt ceiling. the debt ceiling is essentially america's credit card limit. it's how many trillions of dollars we as a country can charge to our credit card and pay later. this vote cannot be delayed. if it is, the country will default on its debt and all hell will break loose in ways we have never seen. so this must be passed. that means the health care bill will have to be pushed aside on the senate floor. that will cost the democrats two days of floor time in the united states senate, at least. and it will serve at a very difficult moment to remind the country of just how deep our deficit spending hole already is, a reminder that the democrats would prefer to avoid when they are voting to increase government spending on health care. saturday night's vote to allow the debate was an easy procedural vote. the next few weeks will determine if we're going to go back to the future of 1994. >>> joining us now is democratic senator sherrod brown of ohio. he is a member of the senate health, education, labor and pensions committee. senator brown, thank you for joining us tonight
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